London Stock Exchange-listed energy storage fund Gore Street has outlined how it sees Japan as a “very interesting market” following its investment from JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation.
Yorkshire Water has opened a tender for an eight-year solar framework agreement as it works to become net zero by 2030.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) has released its full year results, revealing its ordinary shareholders’ net asset value (NAV) has fallen to £579 million.
EDF Renewables UK is targeting hybrid solar and battery storage projects in a new partnership with Octo Energy.
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund has sealed the deal to acquire a 100% interest in a 50MW energy storage system in Scotland.
Bluefield broadens scope in bid to target ‘attractive opportunities’ of storage and other renewables
Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) is looking to diversify its portfolio, branching out into storage and other renewable technologies.
Zenobe has signed an optimisation agreement with EDF for 59MW of battery storage.
South Wales is likely to be the location for the UK’s first lithium-ion gigaplant as Britishvolt announces plans to combine the site with solar.
Solar Power Portal caught up with James Armstrong, managing partner at Bluefield Partners, investment adviser to Bluefield Solar Income Fund, about operating during the pandemic, the strength of solar and low power prices.
The Electricity Storage Network (ESN) has set out a number of recommendations for the government, including reiterating its call for storage to form a part of the electricity licence framework.
Following the approval of Cleve Hill Solar Park, Solar Power Portal takes a look at what the next steps are for the project, any technology concerns and whether this will be the first of many Nationally Significant solar infrastructure projects.
Cleve Hill Solar Park, set to be the largest in the UK, has been granted development consent by the energy secretary.
Statkraft has signed a hybrid power purchase and optimisation agreement with Warrington Renewables (York) Limited.
Leicestershire County Council has set its sights on a new solar farm and carbon neutral site, in a new £14 million green project.
Despite proving more resilient than fossil fuels, investment in renewables looks set to be heavily hit by COVID-19 as investment in the energy sector plunges to lowest level in history.
NextEnergy Capital has secured what it is lauding as a “first-of-its-kind” debt financing to construct two subsidy-free solar sites as it unveils a new subsidy-free private fund.
The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) has raised £120 million, which is set to go towards its revolving credit facility (RCF).
BlackRock Real Assets is selling on a 156MW portfolio that it co-owns with Lightsource BP to Greencoat Capital.
The government needs to “go even further with enabling measures” such as public sector PPAs in order to accelerate solar deployment to help meet net zero.
The Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme should be expanded, the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has recommended, with "clarity on dates and scales" required.
Gresham House has signed another optimisation deal, this time with Flexitricity for its 50MW/75MWh Thurcroft site.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) is selling two of its subsidy-free assets to NextPower Development, part of the NEC Group, in a £11.5 million transaction.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund has seen a slight drop in its NAV, but is lauding its generation portfolio as performing “extremely well”.
Despite short-term challenges caused by COVID-19, solar power's competitive nature could see it accelerate as we move forward, according to Solarcentury.
The latest episode of the Solar Media Podcast is now available to listen to, featuring discussion around how the COVID-19 pandemic has sent power prices tumbling.
Foresight Solar Fund has seen generation from its UK portfolio perform 9% over budget due to high levels of irradiation.
On the last day of the qualification period, Shannon Energy and Obton have announced they are submitting 11 projects into the first round of the Irish government’s Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) auction.
Renewables developer GRIDSERVE has entered into a partnership with Hitachi Capital (UK) that has the latter make a multi-million-pound investment.
Terra Solar II is to bid 150MW of solar in Ireland’s upcoming Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS).
A 70MW solar farm proposed by Irish utility ESB and Bord na Móna has had its planning application delayed over concerns surrounding butterfly conservation.